unacarola wrote:Are you talking about the OECD better life index? I was surprised to see Chile in the list, the only country in Latin America to make the cut... The Index takes into consideration housing, income, jobs, community, environment, health, life satisfaction, safety and work/life balance. It was appalling to see that the mark was almost nonexistent of the ENVIRONMENT Issue. I can see how you can have a better life with a limited income, but not how you can have a better life with not much done in conserving the environment for the future generations. It was sad to see. Sadder even that the environment hardly plays a role in what the OECD determines as 'better life'!
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